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February 14th, 2008

Pacific Fuel Cell relocates to Ohio

Pacific Fuel Cell is relocating its Riverside membrane electrode assembly (MEA) research and development facility with immediate effect.

The facility will move from California to a 24,000 square foot site at Willoughby in Ohio to allow research to move to production.

George Suzuki, chief executive officer and president of the firm, said: "The relocation of our lab to Willoughby paves the way for the company to move from the research phase of nano MEA technology to the production phase.

"We believe Pacific Fuel Cell is the only fuel cell component company to offer bipolar plate manufacturing and MEA technology," he added.


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